hræd-lic
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hræd-lic
Add:I. quick, swift. v. hræd; I. Hyra hors mid swá hrædlicum ryne (tanto cursu ) oferférdon þá eá swylce . . ., Gr. D. 15, 28. II. of time, coming soon to an end. Cf. hræd; II. 1, Ors. 1, 10; S. 44, 28 (in Dict.). III. happening within a short time. v. hræd; II. 2 Se hrædlica ende mínes lífes (cf. ymb ánes geáres fyrst and eahta mónað þú swylst, 31, 25), Nar. 32, 26. te hrædlic ús ðínræ milsa ginyhtsamnisse ágefaiga ut celerem nobis tuae propitiationis habundantiam largiatur, Rtl. 124, 34. IV. happening before the natural or fitting time, early, premature Hrædlicre mature (mutare, MS.), Wrt. Voc. ii. 56, 11. V. that comes unexpectedly, sudden Him cóm swá hrædlic sár swá þám cennendan wífe cymð fǽrlic sár, Ps. Th. 47, 6. Ðá ðe mid hrædlice luste (repentina concupiscentia ) bióð oferswíðde, Past. 431, 11: Chr. 977; P. 122, 9 (in Dict.).
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